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Alexander V. Popovkin

  • Alexander V. Popovkin has been at HSE University since 2021.



Moscow State Technical University ‘MAMI'

Continuing education / Professional retraining / Internships / Study abroad experience

2013 – Courses of Lomonosov Moscow State University «Programming in C» (Microsoft Visual Studio).

2013 – Refresher courses of HSE on program «Strategic development of University: design and implementation of modern international master's programs», certificate №011888

2013 – Courses of Microsoft Virtual Academy. The topic: «Technical Overview of Windows 8».

2014 – Courses of Lomonosov Moscow State University «Programming in C++» (Microsoft Visual Studio).

2014 – Microsoft Summer School on “Doing Research in the Cloud 2014”, Lomonosov Moscow State University on July 30 – August 6, 2014.

2014-2015 – Courses of English at the Lomonosov Moscow State University.

2015 –Graduate of Microsoft Research – Moscow State University Graduate Workshop, winner of the ideas contest.

2015 - Graduate of Microsoft training. Topic: «Windows 10 technical training». Certificate.

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‘Simply Knowing How to Code Isn’t Enough’

Over the last several years, hackathons have gone from being competitions for geeks to a must-have line on the resume of almost any job seeker. HSE University students are participating in these kinds of competitions more and more often, and they sometimes even organize their own. Alexander Popovkin, head of HSE’s Hacking Club, spoke with HSE News Service about the benefits and drawbacks of hackathons.